Say; Obrigado! This to your new Portuguese speaking friends. But who in your hometown speaks Portuguese? Never mind that for now, just read on so long. Say now, you’re busy planning your next annual vacation. You’ve been wanting to go but you’ve been putting it off for a while now. You’ve always wanted to tryout Brazil but you’ve been hesitant. You heard that a lot of the folks down there can be pretty wild on any good Friday evening, and well into the wee hours, but how are you going to cope if you can’t speak the lingo?
So, while you’re doing your online research on things to do in Brazil, and places to see, and when to go (Mardi Graz? How about that), you book your portuguese translator hartford first class. Actually, you don’t even need to do that even. You just go and download the translation app and start your first lesson whenever you’re ready. And if you keep up with this, work on your tan too, you’ll fit in just like the rest of the mad crowd. Obrigado is going to be one of the first words you’ll learn during your vocabulary tests.
It’s thank you to you and those you already know and see every day of your life. Have a nice day now. Now how do you say that in Portuguese. Be patient, you’ll learn, soon enough. Portuguese is of course Brazil’s native language. Almost an odd thing that because the rest of South America speaks Spanish. Back in the day, the Portuguese and the Spanish were great rivals. Today, they’re still at it. Just ask Ronaldo. And if you’re mad about soccer like the rest of the Brazilians, you’ll know there’s really two Ronaldo’s, one from Portugal and one from Brazil.